- It’s time we did something about sugar
- Crude dredging of the scientific literature
- Anti-fluoride activists define kangaroo court as “independent”
- MH17 – Preliminary report leaves most conspiracy theories intact
- Do you prefer dental fluorosis or tooth decay?
- Emotion Drives Decision
- Ingested fluoride, dental health and old age
- August ’14 – NZ blogs sitemeter ranking
- Sad news – Victor Stenger has died
- Making money out of fanatics
- Video science quote: Masuka on science.
- Quote for the day: Bertolt Brecht
- The Bible, read through not-rose-tinted glasses: Sodom and Gomorrah
- Quote of the day: Thomas J. Watson
- Census 2013 – religious diversity
- On morals, actions and humanity.
- The little gods of limited people.
- Hypotheses, theories and suppositions. And Google. I’m confused, mistaken or disgusted…
- Sunday Sermon Video: Thank You God – Tim Minchin
- Saturday Science Video: The Story of Us
- This blog is defunct...
- In which I apologize for being one of those bloggers who never posts
- Lab coats - again
- Dear Printed Reading Material
- A story in MS Word documents
- Dear University of Otago Article Linker,
- I wish this was how I read papers:
- This is really aimed at myself:
- This dude is wise
- The first artificial bacterial genome
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